Sevashram is a registered NGO / Non-profit organization based in Hyderabad, Telangana, India. The main focus of Sevashram, right from it's inception has been providing Care and Support to the Old Aged people ( or Geriatric Care ).
Many young people in India are migrating to different cities either within India or abroad to pursue further education or in pursuit of their careers, leaving behind their old aged parents at home. The number of such families where all the children have left and only the old parents staying at home is increasing day by day. This phenomenon is called "the empty nests".
To offer quality Care and Professional Support to such vulnerable old people, a few friends came up with an idea for a service –oriented, non –profitable organization ‘Sevashram’ in 1992.
Smt. Bobba Vijayalakshmi & Mohan Rao garu have contributed one acre of land at Annaram, Jinnaram Mandal, Medak district, Telangana, India, to Sevashram.
With the help of Government of Andhra Pradesh, India and other donors, a ground floor building was constructed, with a capacity to accommodate 20 old age persons. Then after the construction of the building, in the year 2001, Sevashram shifted into the new premises.
Now Sevashram aims to provide the best possible infrastructure and comforts to the Senior Citizens, Old Persons living in and around Hyderabad, Secunderabad, Medak in Telangana, India.
To bring cheer and sunshine into the lives of old age a few friends started a service-oriented non-profitable organization “Sevashram” in 1992. Read more...
In 1999, on World Elders Day, then Governor of Telangana, India, Dr. C. Rangarajan awarded the ‘Best Old Age Home in Andhra Pradesh ’ to Sevashram. Read more...
Sri. Devineni Seetharamaiah
Sri. Atluri Subba Rao
Sri. M. V. Bhadram
Smt. Movva Durgalakshmi
Here is the list of the distinguished Founding Members of Sevashram, who had struggled hard in establishing a professional, supporting and caring, non-profitable Home for the Aged. Read more...
Mr. Vadde Sobhan Babu donated Rs. 1 Lakh to Sevashram for installation of a Solar Water Heater to take care of his mother and other old persons, during his mother's short stay in Sevashram in April 2012. Read more..
Since many of the inmates are unable to climb staircase due to old age or arthritis, many of them prefer to stay on the ground floor. Due to this reason many rooms in the First floor are relatively vacant (current occupancy is 50%). Sevashram appeals to a kind donors to come forward and support the Construction of Ramp to First Floor, so that Sevashram can accommodate more old aged persons in the first floor. Read more..